30% Of People Will Fail This Game Of Thrones Quiz

Game of Thrones is a fantasy drama show based off of the famous novels written by George R. R. Martin. The show is known most for its enormous cast that has a multitude of plot lines, all woven together. Some of the major houses that reside in the Seven Kingdoms (despite the fact that some members had been exiled) include Targaryen, Lannister, Stark, and Baratheon. Of course, there are a number of other noble houses that are significant to the show, but these are the most influential in the war.

Speaking of war, there are two major plots that exist within the show. The first and most obvious is that some of the characters from these major houses are in a constant battle against each other for the Iron Throne. The second war, and most important, is between the living and the White Walkers. Unfortunately, for most who live south of The Wall, they believe that the existence of White Walkers is only a myth. This proves to be false in later seasons when Jon Snow brings the threat to King's Landing.

With the arrival of Season 8, the last of this beloved show, put your Game of Thrones knowledge to the test.

Question 1

Who was the King of the Seven Kingdoms before Robert Baratheon?

In the first season of the fantasy drama Game of Thrones, the King of the Seven Kingdoms was Robert Baratheon. It was never explicitly stated how long he had actually been king for, but it was presumed to have been over a decade since he had three children with his wife, Cersei. These children were not very young, at least the two eldest weren't. Although King Robert had superseded the one nicknamed the "Mad King," it was revealed that he was not as well loved either. The only person who was truly loyal to him was Ned Stark, who had been appointed as Hand of the King in season 1.

Question 2

Which of these is not a place in Westeros?

Westeros is one of the major settings on the show Game of Thrones. It is where most of the main characters reside in- for Westeros is made up of seven kingdoms. Daenerys Targaryen and her other associates are the only ones who were not in Westeros for many of the first seasons. This was due to the fact that she and her brother had fled following the events of her father's demise. Westeros is a unique land due to the different climates in the unique kingdoms. For example, where the Starks live is known for being cold and much more harsher conditions than the south.

Question 3

Which house does this sigil belong to?

Game of Thrones is a show that puts a lot of significance and important on the noble houses in the Seven Kingdoms. For the most part, there are seven major families that rule over each individual kingdom, although there are still nobles and higher house families within these kingdoms that support the ruling house. Four of the Great Houses that are against each other the most are the Lannisters, the Starks, the Baratheons, and the Targaryens. There are some instances where they are united, for example the marriage between Sansa and Tyrion was done only to join the two houses.

Question 4

What is the name of Cersei’s only daughter?

Cersei Lannister is one of the main characters on the show Game of Thrones. She is also one of the more ruthless, and will stop at nothing to get what she wants. Her only weakness is her three children. It is mentioned by many characters that she loves them very much, including her own brother Tyrion, who claims its her only redeeming quality. She even loved her son Joffrey who was very unkind. Her only daughter was the middle child, and was sent away from Cersei and King's Landing to go live in Dorne. She spent many years there and fell in love with a prince.

Question 5

The “Red Wedding” took place in which lord’s household?

There are a number of weddings that take place on the show Game of Thrones. A lot of the times the weddings are merely strategic moves and are done as a way to form alliances with some of the Great Houses. However, the Red Wedding was inspired, or rather, a result of a marriage between two characters who were very much in love. Robb Stark, who had become the King in the North and Lord of Winterfell, made the decision to break his promise and marry Talisa Maegyr instead. Unfortunately it was this decision that led to the tragic Red Wedding in the first place.

Question 6

Which of these is not one of the names of Daenerys’ dragons?

Daenerys Targaryen is one of the main characters on the show Game of Thrones. Like many of them, Daenerys has had significant character development. In the pilot episode of season 1, she had no sense of independence and did everything her brother said. This included marrying Khal Drogo, which her brother believed would get him one step closer to Westeros. At her wedding, Daenerys was gifted with three dragon eggs. Although it was believed they had been turned to stone, during a ceremonial funeral she and the eggs were in the fire. The next morning, she was unharmed and her eggs had hatched.

Question 7

Why does the Red Priestess agree to revive Jon Snow?

There are many characters on the show Game of Thrones that are mystical and mysterious. The Red Priestess definitely falls into that category. She is first introduced to be a loyal advisor and companion of Stannis Baratheon. She believed it was his right to sit on the Iron Throne, for she was a servant of the Lord of Light. Unfortunately the Red Priestess would stop at nothing to ensure this happened- and did a lot of things that not many would do. She explained that her magical abilities were the Lord's way, and she would only be able to do things that were accepted by him.

Question 8

Which Lannister was Sansa Stark first betrothed to?

Sansa Stark is one of the main characters on the show Game of Thrones. She is the eldest daughter of Catelyn and Ned Stark, and spent most of her life in the north, where her father was Lord of Winterfell. In the first season, she was characterized as being naive, especially when it came to Joffrey. At first, she was thrilled to be leaving home and to King's Landing, until she learned his true nature. Still, even though she was aware of his unkind heart, she pretended to be devoted to him because it was the safest thing for her.

Question 9

Who travels with Tyrion across The Narrow Sea after fleeing Westeros?

Tyrion Lannister is one of the more honest characters on the show. All his life, he wanted to prove to his father and siblings that he was as much as a Lannister as the rest of them, but it was apparent that he was beneath them. As a result, he lived a very carefree lifestyle, and dedicated himself to learning things and being able to persuade people with his words. Eventually, when he finally had enough, he put an end to his father and fled Westeros. That was how he came to meet Daenerys Targaryen, and became the Hand of the Queen.

Question 10

What is the name of the castle that the Starks call home?

The Stark family is one of the Greater Houses of the Seven Kingdoms. They reside in the north, and have for generations. It is said throughout the show that the northern people are extremely loyal to House Stark, to the point that they're not overly fond when a new house arrives. Although Ned Stark was the Warden of the North in the first season, that title was passed down to his eldest son, Robb, after the tragedy that took place in King's Landing. Many of the men who were loyal to his father were also loyal to Robb, and followed him anywhere he went.

Question 11

Where did Arya go to learn to be “no one”?

Arya Stark gets separated from the rest of her family following the events of Season 1. Initially, she was made to look like a boy and was on her way to The Wall, which was the safest place for her at the time. On the journey, she is captured and brought to a castle run by Tywin Lannister. Before that, she had freed a group of men from a burning cage. One of these men, who went by the name of Jaqen H'ghar offers her three lives in exchange for the ones that she saved. He also gave her a special coin to present if she ever traveled to where he was from.

Question 12

Who was the Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch when Jon Snow first joined?

The Wall is one of the most important places in all of the Seven Kingdoms, because it is the only thing standing in between the many Great Houses and the Wildlings and White Walkers. The Wall had been standing for hundreds of years, and was also protected by brave men known as the Night's Watch. The Wall was built as a way to keep out the White Walkers, who at the time of the first episode in Season 1 had become all but a myth. Still, the Night's Watch was always accepting new men. Most of them were criminals who were sent to serve their time at The Wall.

Question 13

Which house does this sigil belong to?

This question is another that pertains to the importance of Great Houses that reside in the Seven Kingdoms. On the show Game of Thrones, a lot of these noble houses are at war with each other because all of them want to rule, or at least continue ruling in one of the kingdoms. The Baratheons were the house that took the Iron Throne, despite the fact that none of Robert's heirs were actually his. The house that this sigil belongs to is known for their harsh and somewhat brutal personalities that are a match to their lifestyle on the Iron Islands.

Question 14

What are the famous words promised by House Lannister?

The show Game of Thrones has put a certain amount of significance on the division between a lot of the noble houses. Some of the bigger houses all have individual sayings or phrases that are unique to their specific family. They are all unique in the sense that it reflects their family's lifestyle that has been in power for generations. So much so, other houses that are not as highborn and even some of the lower townspeople are familiar with these words. The words that are associated with House Lannister are said very often on the show. What are they?

Question 15

The Unsullied are loyal to which house?

There are a number of different armies or forces on the show Game of Thrones. For the most part, these men are usually just referred to as the army for the specific house they fight for. For example, there is a specific and elite group of knights known as the Kingsguard who are loyal to whoever sits on the Iron Throne. First it was the Baratheons, but eventually they become loyal to Cersei Lannister. The Unsullied is an army filled with highly trained men who were taken from a young age to be warriors. They are not afraid of anything, and do as commanded without speaking a word of protest.

Question 16

What is the name of the leader of the White Walkers?

The White Walkers definitely pose the biggest threat on the fantasy show Game of Thrones, despite the fact that a lot of the Greater Houses are at war with each other for many of the seasons. Only a few important characters are aware of their existence and their threat, having faced them far up north in the Seven Kingdoms. Those who live far down south believe their existence to be only a myth. That was until Jon Snow and some of his men managed to capture a White Walker and bring it to King's Landing to show Cersei that they were indeed real.

Question 17

By Season 6, what does Bran Stark become?

Bran Stark is the second son of Ned and Catelyn Stark, and like the rest of his siblings, grew up in Winterfell. In the pilot episode of Season 1, Bran was depicted as being a bit of a rambunctious child, and was definitely not afraid of anything. His life took an unexpected turn when he was pushed from a window after coming across something he shouldn't have. Despite losing the ability to walk, Bran developed, or rather awakened, new abilities. One of these classified him as a warg, where he was able to enter the mind of an animal and see through their eyes and even control their bodies.

Question 18

Which character was taken to be the ward of Lord Ned Stark prior to Season 1?

Ned Stark had quite a lot of young men living under his protective care in Winterfell, some of which were not even his own children. Nonetheless, they were taken care of, and were treated almost like family to the Starks. Although they were not able to sit at their table during special events (which one of these characters revealed), the Stark siblings saw these other characters as their brothers. In fact, when Sansa Stark confronts the ward of Ned Stark after believing he had hurt her younger brothers, she called them "his brothers," indicating she also saw him as another family member.

Question 19

What stronghold is located in Kingdom of the Mountain and the Vale?

There are a number of "famous" or at least well-known castles and strongholds all across the Seven Kingdoms. A lot of these castles are protected and maintained by a certain highborn house, which had most likely been residing in that place for generations. For example, Casterly Rock is known by all those across the Seven Kingdoms to be the home of the Lannisters. At this stronghold, there was a goldmine buried beneath the stronghold which granted the Lannister family with a lot of their wealth. Casterly Rock is fairly close to King's Landing, where most of the Lannisters now live.

Question 20

What is the name of Arya’s sword?

Arya Stark definitely learns to a ruthless warrior and assassin. Even as a child, she knew she never wanted to be a lady like her older sister Sansa. She was more interested in training with her brothers, whether it be with a bow and arrow or a sword. Before she was departing to King's Landing and Jon to The Wall, he gifted her with a small sword that the blacksmith in Winterfell made. Of course she named it right away, and although lost it temporarily on her journey, it comes back into her possession and she never lets it go.

Question 21

What is the name of this Free Folk warrior?

The Wildlings, otherwise known as the Free Folk, are the men and women who live north of The Wall. Everything past it is what they call "the south," despite the fact that Jon is constantly telling them that Winterfell and Castle Black are considered to be north. The Free Folk live up to their name of not adhering to a lot of the standards and lifestyle choices as those in the Seven Kingdoms. There are no highborn houses or even any houses for that matter. The king they chose to be their leader was put in that position because they believed in him, not because he had any name or legacy.

Question 22

Which Small Council member was known as the Master of Whisperers?

The Small Council is one of the most secretive organizations in all of the Game of Thrones. For those who are unfamiliar, the Small Council consists of a small number of the most trustworthy people (at least that is who is supposed to be on the Small Council) and advise the king on a number of different things. The members are divided up based on a number of unique parts of the kingdom, for example, the Master of Coin is specifically in charge of the kingdom's finances and decides what the king should invest in as well as keeps track of all they have left.

Question 23

When Daenerys Targaryen returns to Westeros, where does she rule from?

Daenerys Targaryen is one of the main characters on the show Game of Thrones. When she is first introduced in the pilot episode of Season 1, she was just merely used as a pawn in her brother's plan to become the King of the Seven Kingdoms. She had definitely grown into a worthy queen by the later seasons, especially after all of her successes in Essos. She has a long list of titles that come with her name, some of which include: Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, Queen of Meereen and of who could forget the Mother of Dragons.

Question 24

Who was King Tommen’s wife?

Tommen Baratheon was the youngest son of Cersei and Jaime Lannister (although he was raised to believe he was the son of Robert Baratheon). Like all of her children, Tommen was loved by Cersei and lived in King's Landing among his other siblings. He was characterized as being a bit naive, although he was much more kind in comparison to his older brother Joffrey. In fact, his grandfather Tywin points this out following the loss of Joffrey, believing that Tommen could be trained to be a worthy king. He had never really prepared himself for such a title, believing that his older brother would always wear the crown.

Question 25

Who is this character that attempted to remove all sins from King’s Landing?

King's Landing is the capital city of the Seven Kingdoms, and is the place in which the king rules from. It was where King Aegon Targaryen ruled from, where he inherited the nickname of the "Mad King." It was also where King Robert, King Joffrey, and King Tommen had ruled from. King's Landing is known for also being the city that holds the infamous Iron Throne as well as the Red Keep. The Red Keep is the name of the castle in which the king resides, and overlooks Blackwater Bay. King's Landing has one of the highest populations in all of the Seven Kingdoms.

Question 26

Which lord became obsessed with Sansa after losing Catelyn Stark?

Catelyn Stark was the wife of Ned Stark, and mother to Sansa, Robb, Arya, Bran, and Rickon. She was the Lady of Winterfell, and similar to her husband, she was beloved by many of those who lived in the north. Prior to her relationship and marriage to Ned Stark, Catelyn belonged to House Tully, where she was the older daughter to Lysa and Edmure. Despite the fact that she had been a Stark for some time, during her time on the show it was evident she still had alliances from her birth family who had come to her aid when she needed it.

Question 27

What material is used to defeat White Walkers?

The White Walkers are one of the most important threats on the fantasy drama Game of Thrones, despite the fact that the series revolves around the characters fighting over the Iron Throne. This is primarily due to the fact that the White Walkers had become a mere myth to those who live in the Seven Kingdoms, or at least that had been the case until later in the series. It is made evident over the course of the show that the White Walkers were continuing to build up their army and were making plans to travel south beyond The Wall.

Question 28

Samwell Tarly leaves Castle Black to do what?

Samwell Tarly is one of the major characters on the show Game of Thrones. He is first introduced in Season 1 as he became one of the newest recruits into the Night's Watch, roughly around the same time as Jon Snow. Unfortunately due to his appearance, he was targeted by some of the older brothers. Jon Snow quickly befriended him, and actually defended him against some of the Rangers. Regardless of the fact that he was told all his life that he wasn't brave by his father, when he came face-to-face with a White Walker himself, he was able to defeat it using Dragonglass.

Question 29

What is the name of Jon Snow’s direwolf?

In the beginning of Season 1, Jon Snow and all of the Stark children come to possess a litter of direwolf pups. This was believed to be a good omen based on the fact that direwolf is the sigil of House Stark. Direwolves reside mainly in the north, and are considered to be rare creatures that can grow quite big. Each of the direwolves on the show has their own unique personality, but are undeniably loyal to their owner. For example, when Bran was recovering from his injuries, his direwolf, Summer protected him from the intruder and laid on his bed the remainder of the night.

Question 30

Ellaria Sand was from which region in the Seven Kingdoms?

Ellaria Sand is a secondary character on the show Game of Thrones who appeared in the later seasons. When she is first introduced on the show, she is characterized as being the lover of a nobleman, who was the prince of his kingdom. The two lived quite a carefree lifestyle, although following the loss of said lover, a certain kind of anger was awakened inside of her. She had a number of daughters whose father was this prince, three of which were trained in combat. They stand loyally by their mother's decisions, including turning against her own leader to seek out her revenge.

Question 31

Who orchestrated the demise of Joffrey Baratheon?

Joffrey Baratheon was one of the major characters in the first few seasons of Game of Thrones. He was the eldest son of Cersei and Robert (although his birth father was really his uncle Jaime). Joffrey had developed a reputation from a young age of being undeniably mean. This was evident in the fact that he was responsible for Sansa losing her direwolf Lady, as well as her own father in King's Landing. Regardless of all that he had done, she stuck loyally beside him because she knew that was the only thing keeping her safe in a city filled with Lannisters.

Question 32

Who was Sansa’s handmaiden while she lived in King’s Landing?

Prior to the pilot episode of Season 1, Sansa Stark had only known the life in Winterfell. She revealed in a later season upon returning to Winterfell that she had sat by the old tree and wished to be somewhere else. As a young adult, and having experienced the world south of her home, Sansa wished she had never left her home in the first place. Upon her first arrival in King's Landing, Sansa was quite excited. She even began dressing like a southern lady and doing her hair a certain way. Over time, she realized that King's Landing was not and never would be her home.

Question 33

Why did Daenerys banish Jorah Mormont?

Daenerys Targaryen had spent the majority of her life in exile with her older brother Viserys. He was also quite mean to his sister, where he always referred to himself as "the dragon who should not be woken." Daenerys finally stands up to her brother when she becomes a Khaleesi and he threatens the life of her unborn child. This newly claimed power leads to a series of events that contribute to her rise in Essos. She had freed so many, and although she had also gained enemies, those loyal to her outweighed them all. Jorah Mormont is one of her most known associates, having been by her side while she learned the Dothraki way.

Question 34

Jaime Lannister was known as what?

Jaime Lannister is one of the main characters on the fantasy television show Game of Thrones. Quite like a lot of the major characters, he's seen quite a bit of development when comparing his personality from Season 1 to the latest season. In the beginning, all he truly cared about was those who were from the Lannister family and being a member of the Kingsguard. Of course he had a bit of a reputation to uphold considering he was the one responsible for putting King Robert on the Iron Throne. Over time, he began to care about others outside of his own house, including the warrior Brienne of Tarth.

Question 35

Which house does this sigil belong to?

This question is yet another that offers a reminder of the importance put on the many Great Houses that live in the Seven Kingdoms. It is those who live in these noble families that serve and protect the realm, although most are more concerned with staying in power than fulfilling their true duty. This house is definitely considering to be in the top four families on the show, and has proved time and again that they hold a significant amount of power over the Seven Kingdoms. This was primarily due to the fact that one of the members was a lord who had substantial influence.

Question 36

Who is the Commander of the Unsullied?

The Unsullied are one of the multiple armies that fight and serve one of the Great Houses. Initially, The Unsullied was owned by a master who resided in Essos, and frequently sold men in this army to some of the other masters. They are believed to be one of the most disciplined armies in the entire world, and this is due to the fact that the soldiers are trained from a young age. The Unsullied army that Daenerys Targaryen "buys" becomes the first to be truly free. She gives them a choice: they can leave and will not be punished, or fight for her as free men.

Question 37

“The Purple Wedding” was the union of which two characters?

The show Game of Thrones has had quite a few weddings take place on screen. Despite the fact that its a show primarily about the Great Houses and their war against each other to fight for the Iron Throne, it is also a show about union. And what is the best way for these noble houses to join together and form an alliance? Marriage of course. They are never truly done out of love (except for Robb Stark perhaps), but rather as a strategic advancement. Although most were accepting of these unions, there were some cases that one of the parties was forced into it.

Question 38

Who said: “leave one wolf alive and the sheep are never safe”?

This is a question that pertains to the special words from a specific house. There are quite a few families on the show Game of Thrones that have specific or unique words that the house lives by or at least are aware of. For example, the House Greyjoy motto is "we do not sow." This is believed to refer to the fact that the Greyjoys, as do the rest of those from the Iron Islands, do not live by growing things from the earth, but by taking from others. "Leave one wolf alive and the sheep are never safe" is one of the mottos from House Stark.

Question 39

Which of these is not a role on the Small Council?

The Small Council works primarily out of King's Landing where they host a number of meetings to discuss important matters that must be brought up to the king. However, there are several times when the king is not even present in said meetings, such as King Joffrey. Instead, the Hand of the King would go in his place, and would collect all of the information and relay it back to the king. Although it was the Small Council's job to work faithfully to whoever sat on the Iron Throne, it was made clear that a lot of them worked by their own personal agendas.

Question 40

“Stone Men” are affected with what illness?

Being that Game of Thrones is a fantasy television show, there are a lot of magical or mystical elements that are woven into the plot. Of course some of the more obvious things is with the existence of dragons. Despite the fact that many believed the age of dragons had been over, it was still known that there was a time that they existed. When Daenerys brought three eggs to live, she had also given birth to a new era. There are other fantasy elements, one of which is the "Stone Men." Those affected are banished from society and are forced to live in exile.

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